Poisonous Plants for Pets

A List of Poisonous Plants for Cats and Dogs

This is a list of toxic plants and mushrooms for canines and felines including dogs, cats, puppies and kittens. Please note that since there are so many plant varieties out there, there is no such thing as a comprehensive list anywhere.

*Indicates common toxic plants & mushrooms for dog, cat, puppy & kitten. All lilies are especially poisonous for feline, cat & kittens.

A: Almond (pits), Aloe Vera, Alocasia, Amanita Phalloides*, Amanita Mushrooms* (all variety), Amaryllis*, Andromeda Japonica, Apple (seeds), Apple Leaf Croton, Apricot (pits), Arrowgrass, Asian Lily (Liliaceae), Asparagus Fern, Australian Nut, Autumn Crocus*, Avocado (fruit & pit), Azalea*

B: Baby's Breath, Baneberry, Bayonet, Beargrass, Beech, Belladonna, Bird of Paradise, Bittersweet, Black-Eyed Susan, Black Locust, Bleeding Heart, Bloodroot, Bluebonnet, Boxwood, Branching Ivy, Buckeyes, Buddhist Pine, Burning Bush, Buttercup

C: Cactus, Candelabra, Caladium, Calla Lily, Castor Bean*, Ceriman, Charming Dieffenbachia, Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves), Cherry (most wild varieties), Cherry (ground), Cherry (Laurel), Chinaberry Tree, Chinese Evergreen, Christmas Rose, Chrysanthemum*, Cineria, Clematis, Cordatum, Coriaria, Cornflower, Corn Plant, Cornstalk Plant, Croton, Corydalis, Crocus (Autumn), Crown of Thorns, Cuban Laurel, Cutleaf Philodendron, Cycads, Cyclamen*

D: Daffodil, Daphne, Datura, Day Lily, Deadly Nightshade*, Death Camas, Devil's Ivy, Delphinium, Decentrea, Dieffenbachia, Dracaena Palm, Dragon Tree, Dumb Cane

E: Easter Lily*, Eggplant, Elaine, Elderberry, Elephant Ears, Emerald Feather, Emerald Fern, English Ivy*, Eucalyptus, Euonymus, Evergreen

F: Ferns, Fiddle-Leaf Fig Philodendron, Flamingo Plant, Florida Beauty, Flax Plant, Four O'Clock, Foxglove, Fruit Salad Plant

G: Geranium, German Ivy, Giant Dumb Cane, Glacier Ivy, Gladiolas, Glory Lily, Golden Chain, Gold Dieffenbachia, Gold Dust Dracaena, Golden Glow, Golden Pothos*, Gopher Purge, Green Gold Nephthysis

H: Hahn's Self-Branching English Ivy, Heartland Philodendron, Heartleaf Philodendron, Heavenly Bamboo, Hellebore, Hemlock (Poison), Hemlock (Water), Henbane, Holly, Honeysuckle, Hops, Horsebeans, Horsebrush, Horse Chestnuts, Horsehead Philodendron, Hurricane Plant, Hyacinth, Hydrangea

I: Indian Rubber Plant, Indian Tobacco, Iris, Iris Ivy

J: Jack in the Pulpit, Janet Craig Dracaena, Japanese Show Lily*, Japanese Yew*, Java Beans, Jessamine, Jerusalem Cherry, Jimson Weed, Jonquil, Jungle Trumpets

K: Kalanchoe*

L: Lace Fern, Lacy Tree Philodendron, Lantana, Larkspur, Laurel, Lily, Lily Spider, Lily of the Valley, Locoweed, Lupine

M: Macadamia Nut, Madagascar Dragon Tree, Marble Queen, Marigold, Marijuana*, Mauna Loa Peace Lily, Mescal Bean, Mexican Breadfruit, Miniature Croton, Mistletoe, Mock Orange, Monkshood, Moonseed, Morning Glory, Mother-in Law's Tongue, Morning Glory, Mountain Laurel, Mushrooms

N: Narcissus*, Needlepoint Ivy, Nephthytis, Nightshade

O: Oleander, Onion, Orange Day Lily, Oriental Lily*

P: Panda, Peace Lily, Peach (pits & wilting leaves), Pencil Cactus, Peony, Periwinkle, Philodendron, Philodendron Pertusum, Pimpernel, Plumosa Fern, Poinciana, Poinsettia, Poison Hemlock, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Pokeweed, Poppy, Potato, Pothos, Precatory Bean, Primrose, Privet

Q: Queensland Nut

R: Red Emerald, Red Lily, Red Princess, Red-Margined Dracaena, Red Princess, Rhododendron, Rhubarb, Ribbon Plant (Dracaena Sanderiana), Rosemary Pea, Rubber Plant, Rubrum Lily

S: Saddle Leaf Philodendron, Sago Palm*, Satin Pothos, Schefflera, Scotch Broom, Silver Pothos, Skunk Cabbage, Snowdrops, Snow on the Mountain, Spotted Dumb Cane, Staggerweed, Stargazer Lily, Star of Bethlehem, Straight-Margined Dracaena, String of Pearls, Striped Dracaena, Sweetheart Ivy, Sweetpea, Swiss Cheese plant

T: Tansy Mustard, Taro Vine, Tiger Lily*, Tobacco, Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem & leaves), Tree Philodendron, Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia, Tropic Snow Dumbcane, Tulip*, Tung Tree

V: Variable Dieffenbachia, Variegated Philodendron, Virginia Creeper

W: Warneckei Dracaena, Water Hemlock, Weeping Fig, Wild Call, Wisteria, Wood Lily

Y: Yew* (Japanese Yew, English Yew, Western Yew, American Yew)

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Plant & Mushroom Pet Poisoning Symptoms

Toxic mushrooms and plant poisoning symptoms range from minor to serious symptoms:

  • Skin itch, swelling, hives, burning pain, redness, inflammation, pigmentation, rashes, vesicles

  • Dry, burning, irritated mouth & swollen tongue, drooling saliva, numbness in mouth, difficult swallowing

  • Severe stomach pain, loose stool, vomit bile, nauseous, stops eating

  • Anxiety, excitement, confusion, dizziness, headache, drowsiness, yawning

  • Fever, chills, tremors, muscle twitches & stiffness, seizures, convulsions, paralysis

  • Vomits blood, blood in stool, urinates blood

  • Bone marrow suppression, acute anemia, immune mediated hemolytic anemia, lethargic, depressed

  • Violent heart palpatations, heart stoppage, weak pulse; heart, liver, kidneys damage & failure

  • Difficulty breathing, shock, coma, death

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Holistic Pet First Aid & Emergency Treatment

Not all animals die from plant and mushroom poisoning. The extent of poisoning symptoms depends on the plant or mushroom ingested, as well as the amount eaten. The most common symptoms are stomach upset, drooling and disorientation.

If you suspect your dog, cat, puppy, kitten or pet ate, licked or ingested some plants or mushrooms, and you start seeing ill symptoms, these are a few things you can do:

  • If you can, identify the plant or mushroom, even collect a sample. This will help your veterinarian and our animal healer help your sick pet much easier.

  • Contact us for our long distance healing service immediately. We can start the healing process and reverse toxic effects for your pet 'remotely' right away without loosing precious time.

  • Take your pet to the veterinarian for emergency care such as fluids and oxygen.

  • Since many veterinarians do not have the specific tool to save your pet for mushroom and plant poisoning, though they can stabilize your animal and buy time, we strongly suggest visiting your local vet while using our long distance healing service to help your pet at the same time. We have specific remedies for plant and mushroom poisoning that we can send energetically via long distance. Remote healing may sound strange to your mind but it works. We do it every day!

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